Found February 20, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
Most everyone out there is a fan of Jeremy Lin don’t include Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Terry in that club. Terry I guess hasn’t bought into “Linsanity” yet but after Lin and the Knicks beat Dallas on Sunday maybe Terry should be re thinking that comment. Below is what Terry said about Lin before the Mavericks game against the Knicks on Sunday. Thanks to the quotes from the Star-Telegram. “I’ve been a point guard in this league and (45 turnovers in seven games) would have gotten me on the bench real fast,” Terry said…. “He’s in (Knicks coach Mike) D’Antoni’s system, and any player that plays a guard position in D’Antoni’s system has opportunities to be able to put up good numbers, and I think that’s what he’s been able to do,” Terry said. “The ball’s in your hands a lot and you’re going to have turnovers…. “I think it’s a lot of hype right now,” Terry said. “Is he going to be a good player in the future? If he continues to work, he will. But gi
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